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Blxst Says He Wishes He Could Have Worked With Nipsey Hussle & Talks Producing For Kendrick Lamar

Blxst Says He Wishes He Could Have Worked With Nipsey Hussle & Talks Producing For Kendrick Lamar

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Celebrating the release of his follow-up to his debut album, LA’s own Blxst stopped through the Power 106 studios to chop it up about the transition he’s experiencing with his sophomore album ‘Before You Go.’

While the multi-faceted artist and producer has snagged collabs with Kehlani, Rick Ross, extensive projects with Bino Rideaux, and many more, Blxst shares that his creativity and his work centered on this new album is more intentional. He reveals that his real-life situations have inspired much of his music, as he comments on his relationship and family experiences. Speaking with Power Mornings co-hosts Letty, Teddy Mora, and Javen Cannon, Blxst details how his artistry and versatility improved with his confidence in all aspects of his life, even though he’s been in the game for a while.

Growing up in both South Central and the Inland Empire, the “Wait Too Long” singer says both cities gave him his signature talent and edge, citing his deep LA connection that led him to produce for Kendrick Lamar, YG, and Problem.

Blxst goes on to share that he always thinks about how he could have worked with the late Nipsey Hussle, speaks on what Power 106 means to him as a Los Angels native, and much more.

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